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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918.
!Ia.r lhi P?ia ' tfM ! 1 LIBERTY CATERING 1
Mu Tells About it m nne uau uame
U. S. War Vessel Held Up In Charls- Score 4 To 2 And Plenty Of Exciting
ton Because Of Disease In Crew Plays FosterRobinsonMakesStar
Expects To Start For European
Waters Soon As Crew Recovers
Play Of Day Good Crowd From
Lahaina Boosted For Home Team
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patrlotio
Purpose In Conserving Fod Needed By The Allied Armlet In Europe
SAVING SHIPS AND RAILROADS
One of the most important of all
military necessities is transportation
in all forms. Every inch ot space
in cars and ships has a direct military
Confined to the U. S. Naval hospl- Sunday afternoon, the 27th, an ex-
tal In Charleston, S. C, with an at- citing game of ball was played upon
tack of the now general malady, the Faia grounds between representa- siKnificance. Our success on the bat-
fives nines selected from the best tie front from now on depends very
baseballs of Lahaina and Taia, the largely upon the number of men we
Spanish influenza, Llewellyn Hart, a
Maui boy in Uncle Sam's navy writes
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Hart, of Wailuku under date of Octo
ber 10, to tell them that he Is recover
ing and soon expects to be back on
his vessel and bound for Europe.
The letter, which will be of inter
est to his Maui friends follows:
"My Dear Parents:
"Received your letter of the 17th
of Sept. and was glad to hear that
all are well.
"So Jimmy has left, well, I hope
he makes good. I don't believe he'll
be sent over, for I think the war will
be over in six months. The Germans
and Austrians are seeking peace, but
I hope they don't get it for we have
them beat to a frazzle. And its the
Yanks who are doing it. I guess they
understand this when they send all
their notes to Wilson. He no doubt
is a great man.
"According to all war maps, we are
everywhere in the lead.
"I suppose you have been wonder
ine what I am doing in the hospital
Well, I am down with the Spanish
"flu." We were supposed to
, P j tn O IHU UUL 111 I lie II r.IVllf ft. ii- ilium-".
latter winning by the score of 4 to 2. nnBRih1P to nut in the trenches
Aiona of Lahainaluna pitched for depends almost entirely upon our
Lahaina and "Kahuku" acted as catch- ability to feed and maintain them af-
er, coach and captain. Cockett ana ter they are there.
,, ., . ,, ,. , T,, Statisticians tell us that every man
Ornellas were the battery for Paia. nro wo BPt nsirtn rontin-
During the 7th Inning Foster Robin- Lousy for his maintenance and equip-
son made a sensational play at sec- ment as a fighter, shipping facilities
ond. Ornellas the catcher, threw a amounting to. two tons until the war
13 over. ii is eay 10 ounrtiuie iiit-.t;
ficrnrpa tntn millions, nnil it is nnnnrent
swift ball to Foster who caught it Lt a glance what this tremendous
skilfully in his left hand putting the task means to th3 railroads
lahaina runner out. The play seem
ed hardlv possible.
A large delegation from Lahaina
increased the usual attendance con
siderably. Six U. S. sailors were
noticed among the spectators.
Lepers Resent Charges
By Mrs. Macfarlane
It Is the duty of every housewife
to bear these facts in mind at nil
times. These are days when every
non-essential must be cut off and ev
ery purchase made with a direct
thought as to its signincancn on tne
battle front. "Am I helping or hinder
ing the war?" must be continuously
in our minds.
It should be a matter of pride to
the American women to maintain
their households ub nearly as possible
upon food purchased in the surround
ing communities. This not only con
serves our precious transportatku
facilities, but also tends to conserve
Sheriff Crowell and Dr. Osmers,
who made a trip to the Molokai set- foQd because lt promotPg a niore com.
tlement last riuay, report inai ine pele utilization ot foodstuffs produc
chief concern among the patients ed
atnrt twa rgrtino iha riiartps of Mrs. warrare today is a scientinc name.
a segregation of the sexes at tne in- in tne kitchens, in the factories, on
stitution. There is very strong feel- the farms and in the hearts of our
ino- on hi rmint Sheriff Crowell people. Get the war consciousness.
I Wvortf tt vmi rl r Viulna vruir fTnv.
Bid. Icq. nrnmanf rr Vilrta Vio Ancmiv Ann1v7fl
The lepers have accordingly sent a vnllr nr.tinT1a nnd which von are
petition to tne Doara or neaun on oic Moing.
matter, denying, tne iruin oi me
eighth, but our crew began getting
sick, and by the 5th we had 75 in the
hospital. By the 7th our whole crew,
pretty nearly, was in the hospital,
and we are still here. This is a sort
of EriDDe which developes Into pneu
monia. Our boys are doing fairly
well and only about a half dozen are
bad. I myself am getting along first
rate, only I feel pretty weak, having
had nothing to eat but some ice-water
and cocoa. I'll be back aboard in a
week or so. Don't worry, for I'm
O. K. If it ever reaches Hawaii, get
rid of the slightest cold. I guess we'll
go on across just as soon as we can
get a crew.
"Well, mother, I hope you've en-
GETTING DOWN TO BRASS TACKS
Food Administrator Child issues th-
'Industry is falling into two classes-
essential and less essentials. And by
essentials we mean essentials to the
prosecution of the war.
'In foods there are .lso the vitally
essential foods and the les., essential.
Staples meat, wheat, bU;ai and f its
are essential. Fre.-h vegetables.
perishables of many kin's, bulk!,
unshlpable foods are in a iiiilita.y
sense the less essentials. Encour
age the home and camp gardens for
"The second year of our participa
tion in the war brings up a broader
plan for food conservation. Not so
much emphasis on this particular
item and that, but a steady pressure
in all directions. The most careful
and thrifty conservation, the elimina
tion of every type of waste, tnese are
our principle which nvust be observed,
our standard which we must measure
'We cannot shin seventeen million
tons of food out of the country and
not continue to conserve food. We
cannot increase our last year's food
exports to the Allies by fifty pe cent
and not continue to cut down our
"The need is very great, our obliga
tion plain. To supply the essential
foods to the 120 million people in
Europe now arraigned against Ger
many is our present task. This is a
duty ot necessity, humanity and hon
or. W,e will fulfil it."
Dance And Play Feature
Of Ladies' Aid Bazaar
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Juit received a new stock of
Mattresses, poultry netting,
paints and oils, furniture, etc.
Coffins and General Hardware.
Hawaiian Views and Post Cards
Kodaks and Films
A clever little play will be the open
ing feature of the annual bazaar of
the Ladies Aid Society of the Maka
wao Union Church, to be held tomor
row evening. Some new local talent
has been discovered which everybody
rZuHSi.- SN L Petjtjon which
better for it.
"Hone you are all well.
"With lots of love and kisses and
God's blessing, I am,
' Those Who Travel
charges Mrs. Macfarlane has made
saying iney nave ueen msimeu "i DDrineTiicce cvnnoT DDnr.oiM
covorol riicirr-iintlnri Tlutionts Thp l wn . rnu
CCYV.. . . ,. ...l tf ...ill l, !.,,,J !
Cn Tl.illnOn vannrio Iho Tiotitinn HQ I KJ IIUCI me illl t-rmcil L tiucicu iulvj , will up Jiuvirnn'u ill nt.rnii.
OlOl-UUIiCllU r..wi. . . j ... . .. . ,u. 1. ...V.ll. l.,.
fniin,,T . Dy tne rooa Aunuiusirauuii wim uiu in spue oi ine war uu wuiun nun
"Pleading against segregation of ioa controllers oi tne vniea canons, oeen engaging ine nine oi an oi iuc
the sexes, and begging to be retained our breadstuffs export program for the ladies of the church for many months,
under the territorial control, 417 in- s r ii ijc, wu-.ukj nave iuuuu mm. i .
i (iu,i n mo. lev and corn, or flourn calculated as attractive lot of useful articles of
IarI D imoH o nutil nn vh fh -na Kldiu 1U1 uicauoiuna, iu.T,oi.v,vw t..iuiiiiiiK iui iiinuiiii,
6, hQ hrii of bushels, of which from 100.000,000 underclothing for both women
health and the chamber of commerce bushels may be cereals other than children, and other things that will
vpstprnnv nftprnonn wneat. I greauy relieve uib ihiiu iueB?u niuiu
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"TVi r.ni41n nrliwh Waa Q PiOTTl Tin I 1. Ilia IB UUllftlUKl 1U1V U1UIC mail Whd ci ill lliroc oiiciiuuun ui.j ci.
w i0o'm iot wompniohn p'ound of substitutes to four pounds Later in the evening the Mary Hot
chairman of the mass meeting at of flour which our people are asked man Kunewa orchestra will furnish
whirh thp nptition was drawn un. savs lul uhiujuib. uyi..
that the patients on Molokai believe
that tho suggestions and charges made
by Mrs. Walter Macfarlane tend to
injure their well being, contentment
and happiness. They assert that they
feel that she is being made the cats-
paw of a group of disgruntled patients
who are now trying to use this means
of satisfying their personal spite and
claim that conditions and officials
have been misrepresented to Mrs.
Macfarlane, and court a thorough in
vestigation to prove their contention.
"They particularly cry out against
the threatened segregation of the
sexes, which they say will completely
By Mauna Kea, Oct. 25 for Hono
lulu F. Takamatsu, A. Hongo, R. A.
Balester, R. N. Taibot, Sister Flavia-
na, F. Ogawa, Murata, Sam Puaahala,
W. Momasae, S. Osaki, N. Takakuwa,
W. A. Louisson. F. Crawford, L. A.
Quonsan, Mrs. R. Caldwell, Mrs. Mar-
iYonnt hfn emrti tyr Mica M QfienlH
Miss Sasaki, Jas. Lynch. Miss Mary . sr au"
p Tiontipv Mra w v Frppr Miaa Me for them a frightful curse in re-
P. Bentley, Mrs. W, F. Frear, Miss
Grace Channon, Prince Kalanianaole
Mrs. Geo. H. Cooke, Mrs. E. Cross,
Mrs. Humphries, Mrs. Hauser and
infant. Mr. J. F. Brown, Mr. Y. Van
Hine. Father Justin.
By Claudine, Oct. 26. for Honolulu
Father Ambrose, Miss M. Hume,
Mrs. M. Keolana, Arachl, Miss M. Ta
uyuian. E. Gillin, Mrs. Arcia, Mr. Ka
ukei, P. Lensopff, Mrs. Sakagaua, Miss
Sakagaua, Mrs. J. Kaui, Mrs. Teters,
Mrs. H. Helcuihi, Miss Heleuihi, Mast
er Heleuihi, J. P. Foster, Mrs. Fong
Chow Kim. J. Wl. Al3ton, W. Montgom
ery, J. Hakawo, Mrs. Benton, Master
Benton. Mrs. Beideruiau, Miss M
Costa, C. P. Benton, D. K. Kinney and
wife, Mrs. E
Mr. Oleivra. Mr. Pupuhl, H. W. Rice,
A. McPhee, Mrs. A. K. Peters, Miss
Kaleo. Y. Kagawa. S. Hawaoka
Bv Mauna Kea. for Honolulu, Oct.
28 C. P. von Coerres, C. F. Loomis,
Shimaboko Shimaboko. Oshiro, Y.
Takavasu. K. Kato. Mr. and Mrs. K
Mltanl. K. Hotta, H. Hashimoto, G.
Furukawa, Kimura, B. F. Goldwater,
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Winkley, A. S.
Spencer, J. E. Rocha, Mike Bal, John
Limahai, Ramon Lascon,
Per. S. S. Mauna Loa, Oct. 28 Mrs
P. Kauhane. Miss Kauhane, A, Frei
taB, Mrs. McGregor, Mrs. MeDougall,
Miss M. L. Daibee. Father Justin, in
Myke, Mrs. B. Uauianole, Jas, Uauia-
nole, Lucy Uauianole, isacn uauiano
le. H. G. Winkley, Mrs. Mary Kim
Mrs. Mahelona, Master Mahelona, H.
Kaleo, M, K. Rosa, Mrs. L. Williams,
H. Ahuna. Sam Pupuko, M. Goviea
Mrs. Naeha, Yoshimura, Mrs. Tameza
allty. They express confidence in the
federal government, but desire to re
main under the territorial control un
der which they have been for 50
First Class Auto-Body Varnisher.
Work Guaranteed, Moderate Prices.
Mill Road, below Maui Wine.
Entered Of Record
JOHN P. MOLE & WF. to David K.
Kapohaklmohewa Gr. 420 Kamaole,
Kula, Maui, Oct. 17, 1918. ?40.
n Bnldwin. Mr. Baird. I KAWAIPAPA AGRCTL., CO. LTD,
to jvaweia Agrcti. vjo. i-ito. rors.
Grs. 1268 & 1272 & pes. land, P.i-
lemo, etc., Hana, Maui, Oct. 10, 191S
KAELEKU SUGAR CO. LTD., to
Kawela Agrcti. Co. Ltd., pors. It.
P. 1242 Kul. 615 & Gr. 1268 Palemo,
Hana, Maui, Oct. 10, 1918. f 130.
KAWELA AGRCTL. CO. LTD., to Eva
Cooper, Gr. 1268 & pors. R. P. 1242,
Palemo, Hana, Maui, Oct. 10, 191V
TA'A COOPER to Kawela Agrcti. Co.
Ltd., Va int. in por. Gr. 2930 hui
land, Kawela, Hana, Maui, Oct. 10,
KAWELA AGRCTL. CO. LTD., to L.
Akana, pors. Grs. 1268 & 1272, Pale
mo, Hana, Maui, Oct. 10, 1918. Con
L. AKANA & WF. to Kawela Agrcti.
Co., Ltd. Int. In share in hui
lands, Kawela etc., Hana, Maui, Oct
10, 1918. Conveyance.
Partial Surrender of Lease
KAELEKU SUGAR CO. LTD., to Ka-
waipapa Agrcti. Co., Ltd., pors. R.
P. 1242 Kul. 615 & Gr. 1268 Palemo,
Hana, Maul, Oct. 10, 1918. 1.
We've just received a new and complete stock of
AND AlECHANICS' TOOLS
A high grade line recommended by first-class mechanics
throughout the mainland.
OF CANVAS OR LEATHER
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS
169-177 So. King Street : : HONOLULU
At St. Anthony's
We have been appointed agents
A general Invitation has been sent STORK SAVINGS SYSTEM
this week by the mission of St. An-
thonv's Church. Wailuku, to the peo
ple of Maul to attend a series of mis
sion exercises beginning next Sunday,
and to be conducted by the Rev.
Fathers T. A, Meaqher and P. J. O'
The exercises will be as follows:
Sunday, 10 a. in., high mass and open-
ine sermon: Sunday. 7 p. m., sermon
and benediction. For six days begin
ning Monday morning, at 9 a. m. each
day, catechetical instruction; and at
7 p. m, each, day sermon and benediction.
For failing to file an annual exhibit
with the territorial treasurer, the
Stork System oX Savings & Supply
Co. Ltd.. was this Wftek fined $100
and costs in the circuit court in Ho
nolulu on plea of guilty being enter
ed. The company is a Maui owned
concern. A number of Honolulu cor
porations also pleaded guilty to the
same offense and received like fines.
A similiar charge against the Valley
Isle Theater was nolle prosequieU.
Catton, NeiH & Co., Ltd
Works 2nd and South Streets
General Offices ) .
Mill Supplies Jenkins Valves
Gauges Duxl;ik Belting
Thermometers Cramlly Packing
"Ruhstecl" Pump Valves !corlm;: Instruments
Water, Steam, and Air Hose
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